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As a Hispanic, have you always felt out of place but suddenly, in the midst of one special moment, connected to people with a similar background to yours? Read the following interview with Denise Soler Cox, who documents the stories of the ñ, children born to Hispanic immigrants in the US, and learn what she […]
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We are proud to announce that Delmarie Alicea, pursuing a Juris Doctor degree from Barry University, has won our 2016 LatPro Scholarship award. Delmarie’s essay was inspirational and written eloquently. After working her way up to become a litigation paralegal in a prominent law firm, she was inspired to retake her studies; currently, Delmarie is in the […]
We are proud to announce the seven finalists for the 2016 LatPro Scholarship award, which include a future film director, computer scientist, public health professor, high school teacher, lawyer and two nurses. We received thousands of exceptional applications, but we feel that these candidates showed the best combination of passion, integrity, and dedication to their […]
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When I was a sixteen-year-old girl living in the deep Peruvian rainforest, I experienced the loss of close friends and relatives due to preventable diseases such as malaria. The lack of resources and education in the Amazon rainforest in Peru resulted in too much sickness and death. Having to witness death all around me due […]
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When I was a sophomore in high school, I had the pleasure of participating in a psychology seminar. In the comprehensive study of psychology in Colorado, we learned basic neuroscience and structure and created experiments to test perception in rats. I immediately fell in love with the study of the brain. It was both humbling […]
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